Half‐Integer Spin Triangles: Old Dogs, New Tricks Abstract: Spin triangles, that is, triangular complexes of half-integer spins, are the oldest molecular nanomagnets (MNMs). Their magnetic properties have been studied long before molecular magnetism was delineated as a research field. This Continue reading A review by A. K. Boudalis on his work on Half‐Integer Spin Triangles
The article that was published and selected for the front cover of JACS Volume 141, Issue 50 has been selected to appear in “INSTITUT DE CHIMIE, Une année d’actualités” Summary: Researchers from the Strasbourg Institute of Chemistry (CNRS / University Continue reading Article selected in “INSTITUT DE CHIMIE, Une année d’actualités”
CNRS News by A. K. Boudalis et al. (follow the link) Summary: Researchers from the Strasbourg Institute of Chemistry (CNRS / University of Strasbourg) and the Jean Perrin Laboratory (CNRS / Sorbonne University) succeeded in controlling the spin of a Continue reading CNRS News by A. K. Boudalis et al. (in French)
Site-Specific Spin Labeling of RNA for NMR and EPR Structural Studies Bertrand Vileno & Isabelle Lebars Chapter 15 in RNA Spectroscopy, Methods and Protocols, MIMB, volume 2113. Abstract: Many RNA architectures were discovered to be involved in essential biological pathways acting Continue reading Chapter in RNA Spectroscopy by B. Vileno and I. Lebars
Polyanisotropic magnetoelectric coupling in an electrically controlled molecular spin qubit. Robert J, Parizel N, Turek P and Boudalis A K. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2019. Abstract: Two molecular spin triangles are studied with pulsed Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) Continue reading Cover page of Journal of the American Chemical Society by Robert J et al.